Definitions for "Middle ground"
The area of a painting between the foreground and the background. In a landscape this usually where your focal point would be. • See Background, Foreground.
part of a two-dimensional artwork that appears to be farther from the viewer (see also background and foreground)
A term used to define a level surface behind the foreground and in front of the background.
The middle ground logical fallacy (also called argumentum ad temperantiam) asserts that a compromise between two positions is correct. The middle ground is often invoked when there are sharply contrasting views that are deeply entrenched. While an outcome that accommodates both parties to some extent is more desirable than an outcome that pleases nobody, it is not necessarily correct.
"Middle Ground" is the eleventh episode of the third season of the HBO original series, The Wire. The episode was written by George P. Pelecanos from a story by David Simon & George P.
Keywords:  solution, good
a good solution
Keywords:  rest, stop, people, ending, point
a rest stop, not an ending point, for these people